Does anyone has experience with Yamakawa DVD-328?

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  1. vasia

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    Hi,
    Ecost has these for about 30$ with rebates. They are region-free, progressive scan, PAL/NTSC. Sounds pretty good. Does anyone has any experience with how reliable they are and what is the picture/sound quality?
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  2. vasia

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    Hi,
    Ecost has these for about 30$ with rebates. They are region-free, progressive scan, PAL/NTSC. Sounds pretty good. Does anyone has any experience with how reliable they are and what is the picture/sound quality?
    Thanks!
     
  3. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    I’m sure it looks and sounds fine, but don’t expect anything that cheap to last long. If it lasts a year you’ll be lucky. However, depending on how much you use it, that may be enough to get your money’s worth.

    If your budget is really that low, I suggest looking for a used name-brand player. I’ve seen older models that were highly regarded and cost hundreds of dollars when they came out sell on eBay dirt cheap.

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    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
  4. vasia

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    I do not have any specific budget for it. I just have a bunch of russian DVDs, which I would like to play and smth. for 30$ seems like a total steal for me, unless the picture/sound quality is total garbage (it should not be "superior" either, though). Durabilty is not an issue either, since I'll not use it a primary source. However, I cannot figure out if this model is any good at all, or I'll get total crap for the image/sound quality.
     

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